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Factory Options


Many of these customized accessories are available as optional upgrades when you order your Clipper Canoe (several are standard features on selected models). You can also find additional information and images on these options on the Clipper Performance System page and on the Canoe Accessories page.


Lashing points for gear tie-down. These d-rings can be installed throughout the canoe to provide the necessary lashing points to keep gear from shifting, in addition to keeping the load together in the event of an upset.

Download D-Ring Installation Instructions

Northwatet Spray Deck Tandem


A canoe spray deck that fits the dimensions of your boat with the functions you require. Keeps you and your gear dry and comfortable in bad weather. Click here for Northwater Spray Skirt options. Installation not included.

Thigh Pads


One of the must have upgrades for any ‘seated’ canoeist. These two pads glue onto the inside of the canoe and allow you to lock your knees to the side of the canoe, providing better control. Available with peel and stick, self adhesive backing.

Adjustable Foot Brace


By placing the balls of your feet against the bar, you are able to pull the canoe forward using your whole body. If your feet are not braced, the only thing pulling the canoe forward with your stroke is the friction of the seat of your pants on the seat. The footbrace is telescopic and is adjustable for different sized paddlers. Standard on most models.

Gunnel Cover Example


Plastic gunnel protector. Available in black or white. Gunnel cover will add 3-4 lbs. to the canoe’s overall weight, but is a suggested upgrade when storing your canoe on the gunnel, or when high impact is expected on the gunnels. Extra pricing to add on canoes that are already built.

*Gunnel cover in image is cut to show the difference between gunnel with the cover on vs without the gunnel cover on. Gunnel cover comes standard in lengths to cover the entire gunnel on the canoe, as per intended use.

Sliding Bow Seat


Easily adjust the trim of your canoe so that it rides level, taking advantage of the sharp entry line for steering purposes; also handy if you find yourself with ‘oncoming’ seas. Rather than take water over the bow, slide the seat back so the bow rides up over the waves. Installed.

Wilderness Lash Kit


Lashing kit for wilderness tripping and for moving water. Lashing kit adjusts to tie gear down to prevent your load from shifting during turbulent paddling. (8) d-rings are glued to the bottom of the hull. Nylon webbing is secured to the d-rings which lashes the gear down with snapping buckles. Installed. View Lash Kit Instructions.

cam straps


Flat or upgrade to deep dish yoke: A must have for portaging, yokes will make carrying your canoe easier. For the ultimate in comfort, add the deep dish yoke to your canoe. This yoke molds to the shape of the shoulders and neck, making the portage a little more comfortable.